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CNBC
Aug 29, 2009 4:00am EDT
teaching you all of the tricks uses to pick out and trade them like a pro, which i used to be. let's get rolling. one of the easiest ways to identify potential cramer names, names we like in cramerica, stocks that could but not necessarily always end up on the show is by watching a sainted group of stocks, a sainted group of stocks called the new high list. >> moo! >> stocks called the new high list. stocks on that list, the highest of the high, obviously have to have something going for them. either they're part of a major bull market. >> moo. >> -- or the individual stocks themselves have serious momentum. >> buy, buy, buy! >> no matter how they get there, most of the stocks on the new high list keep going higher. that's the thing about the market, it's not that hard to play once you understand that there's more continuity than change. more continuity the stocks go up than change. things keep going the way they were, object in motion. unless something radical changes, they're going to keep going that way. it's you that have to alter your course. but i don't just pluck names off of the
CNBC
Aug 5, 2009 11:00pm EDT
and doomsters no doubt professors who teach at nyu who see us bouncing is that rightly right from here, okay? and then headed down again. and then up again and then down again harder. budget our bust and -- bust our bug and raise taxes. this is the ultimate m downer. because what it says is nothing we do really works. it is a 1932 scenario that needs a word at the right of the letter to get things going again. war? not my department. what letter am i? you know what? it doesn't matter. i don't go by this letter nonsense. we need a diversified portfolio that is good for all letters. even the letter m. my portfolio encapsulates all of luvmw. if we're in the l word territory, that's the flat line after we come down, or you were given a gift from proctor and gamble today which wrongly brought down pepsi. along with it, pepsi got some great bottling deal that could add to next year's earning. the focus will no longer be when g or gatorade. it will be on bottling and snacks as it always should have. ask frito lay. the tenacious pursuit of the bottler by pepsi's terrific ceo should be rewarded. if w
CNBC
Aug 31, 2009 6:00pm EDT
markets to make money in, but you can't just use animal symbols to guide your investing decisions. and i am about as fond of animal symbols as it gets. look. but if for some reason you think it's critical to have very set definitions of bull and bear markets, then at a certain point a large enough rally will turn into a bear, turn a bear into a bull. now, here's something that i've been thinking about since the march bottom. here's something i think about all the time. is there a special line where a bear market rally that supposedly isn't worth your time turns into a real rally that is a sort of pinocchio moment? it's fine to bet against stocks when you think they're on a downward trajectory. it's fine to sit on the sidelines when you think the market's going lower. but it's the height of foolishness to voluntarily opt out of a big move higher you that see coming for no better reason than it's happening in a bear market. the bottom line -- i've never seen a rally that caused people who own stocks to lose money. so don't be scared away by the bear market rally canard. jerry in california
CNBC
Aug 27, 2009 11:00pm EDT
that this buying of the single-digit stocks, that it's reckless. that the -- that the moves tell us that buyers aren't thinking, that they're lame brain, that they're chuckle heads, that this is uninformed speculation of the worst sort and when the big pullback comes, it will blow out all of these weak hands and send us tumbling lower because it's all froth. i don't buy it. i'm not so worried about frothy, low-dollar speculation. that's coming from the one pen in the business who actually favors speculation. i favor dip buying and speculation. what a joker i must be. a joker who made 24% for 14 years and was able to bring home the bacon. at least the well-informed speculation is what i like. you know, i feel that you should be speculating up to 20% of your non-retirement portfolio. that's been my rule since i got in the business. in the old days, it is true, i might have worried about the incessant multibillion-share trading in a cit, fannie mae, citigroup, but now fannie mae and freddie mac, i've been negative, but now i worry about it a whole lot less than i used to. i'm not so sure that any
CNBC
Aug 20, 2009 11:00pm EDT
with the market up 4%. let's stop worrying about china and start buying. it used to be people were running for cover from obama's crosshairs. now that he's playing "d," you can pick up some wellpoint and sss at prices you should never have been able to buy them at. "mad money" will be right back. >>> coming up, can nuclear power flourish under the obama administration? cramer goes head-to-head with shaw group ceo jim bernard to find out if this power play can fuel the fire in your portfolio. >>> plus, rental rivalry, cramer pits two marquee names against each other. find out which stock gets top billing on the "sell block." >>> and later, lightning strikes. cramer goes electric taking all of your calls in a spine chilling overcharged light nemg round. she wants to make up. we decide to turn in early. we just know. announcer: finding the moment that's right for you both can take some time. that's why cialis gives men with erectile dysfunction options: 36-hour cialis or cialis for daily use. cialis for daily use is a clinically proven low-dose tablet you take every day, so you can be ready a
CNBC
Aug 14, 2009 11:00pm EDT
rules that i use myself when running my charitable trust. when i say that i have something, it's because it's in a trust. i can't make any money, just charity does. you want to follow along, it's called actionalertsplus.com and you should be using these, too, because it's individual money. not institutional money. it could be your money. you need these different rules if you want to try to save yourself from losses. so you can celebrate your gains. 25 bite-sized tips that if you listen to all them should help protect you from the risks to the downside. that lets the glorious upside take care of itself. think of this as your "mad money" defensive game plan. number one, simple, most important rule of all, if you're going to stay in this game. you must stay diversified. diversification, as i say, as i say so often on this show, and people keep forgetting it or they don't understand how -- >> that was easy. >> -- easy it is, is the only free lunch. and it is the first and i think the most important rule for any investor to follow -- ♪ hallelujah you want to stay out of this. >> house of pa
CNBC
Aug 21, 2009 11:00pm EDT
. don in new jersey, don! >> caller: booyah, jim. >> booyah, chief. >> caller: hey, you taught us bull makes money, bears make money, but pigs get slaughtered. you've said that numerous times. you've also shown us that there are times to sell stocks after they've made us lots of money, even though they're doing well. to help us make these decisions ourselves, what objective indicators do you use to suggest when the time is right to take some profits? >> all right. i like to use a thing called the oscillator here. i'll rely on the proprietary s&p oscillator. the s&p company has an oscillator that i think is the best. i also like thestreet.com's, they do a great job. but i use the s&p in part because i've been keeping track of it for years and years, when that thing gets to plus five, which means we see a dramatic increase in the at of buying over and over and over again, too much buying. i say, i don't care. i don't care how great it looks, i am leaving the table. as we get more of what is known as overbought from there, i sell, sell, sell, because that's when i'm really scared. how abo
CNBC
Aug 25, 2009 11:00pm EDT
, prevented us from former bread lines, wearing sandwich boards "will work for food" creating apple stands, and most important from my time on wall street, no window jumping. i credit his decision to take radical action to bring interest rates to zero, among other creative programs as something that gives us, or at least me, another reason to celebrate. that reason is i'm not an idiot. two years ago this month when i thought bernanke was asleep at the wheel, i went on my big scream, and i guaranteed you would lose mine if you bought a house. i took a lot of heat for that rant, especially with the national association of realtors, but not as much as the ridicule that was heaped on over and over again last year when i predicted that housing would bottom. look, just take a look. >> housing sales will continue to drop. >> don't you dare buy a home now. you will lose money. >> so let's start the countdown. we have 309 days until june 30th of 2009, 309 days until housing bottoms. there's only 210 more days left before housing bottoms housing, housing, could it last and maybe bottom? it seems to
CNBC
Aug 11, 2009 11:00pm EDT
, use this dip -- >> buy buy buy! >> -- to purchase stock in one of the most transcendent technologies of our time. that's right, close observers of the show might have even heard of the term. i'm talking about the mobile internet tsunami. >> house of pleasure. >> why buy these tech stocks now? isn't everyone running for the exits? isn't everyone swinging? aren't they all scared? isn't it just the most dangerous time? oh, please. you buy them now because they're going down. and they're going down on worries about what the fed will do. you remember this fed? >> they know nothing! >> they're gone. they're worried about the u.s. economy slowing. they're worried about an l-shaped recovery or worse. a w. whenever you get unrelated across-the-board weakness like this, where everybody's puking up stocks because they're all scared and worried, what you do then is you load up. gradually. because it might not be over. on the long-term themes that you believe in. and right now the mobile internet tsunami is the best long-term theme i know of in this market. so you can fret all you want about the
CNBC
Aug 24, 2009 11:00pm EDT
i used it. but i was upset when citi opened up -- up -- 25 cents and then traded to $5 a share! [ booing ] what's the matter with that, given that i've been saying that a sovereign fund and three mutual funds could take the government out of its stance? and that's more than $15 billion, because it means people are reaching. they are reaching way too far when they could simply wait and get better prices. patience is a virtue. almost everyone who bought this stock today is hopelessly under water now. that's the worst possible place to be. and i think it will most likely cause more weakness tomorrow, because there's too much fro -- froth. they shut it off. and it isn't just citigroup. you can see in the actual version that you see, it will continue to run. you can see the same kind of jump in many of the low-dollar stocks. speculators are franticly buying fannie and freddie! i imagine because they think those two are the best plays on the turn in housing that we called june 30th, the much-ridiculed turn that turned out to be right. but this is the wrong speculations, the foolish k
CNBC
Aug 4, 2009 11:00pm EDT
used to run a hedge fund myself. this is simply how the business of money management works for funds. sure, some managers have the luxury of going into cash right now. when i was at my hedge fund and i had gains that were double the size of the markets when i went into the summer, come august, come on, man, hit the beaches! i'd shut down the firm. hey, one year is up so much, i just disappeared to martha's vineyard for the summer. i had a house right next to belushi's grave, really cool. but the summers where i was behind, particularly when the market was up double digits, you know what i had to do then. when the market was up double digits and i was negative? >> all aboard! >> all aboard. i had to come in. i had to -- >> buy, buy, buy! >> as i knew i would not be able to catch up without buying stocks. i couldn't catch up by just being in cash. and what would i buy? pretty simple, anything that sold off every few minutes, any stock that pulled back enough on a given day that allowed me to come in at a price that wasn't a total outrage. all day. this morning, the futures, which contr
CNBC
Aug 13, 2009 11:00pm EDT
well. like the urban of old. and execution matters. or at least it used to matter before the garden variety depression. i'm thinking to listen to the press, the only guy who executes well is the guy at the end of the green mile. or how about caterpillar? gigantic move. but no real growth. whoa. has hair on it. sorry. but if you focused only on sales, you missed the big picture. and what is that? simple. you've got to understand this because i've traded this stock since 1982. listen to me, for heaven's sakes. listen to me. thank you. it's simple. a company like cat at this point in the cycle should be losing scads of money. it should be like the mob in season two of "the shield" when the money train got stolen. cat is a gigantic cyclical company that should have swung to a loss at this point in the economic cycle, but because it took aggressive action -- okay, lots of layoffs, it's doing outstandingly. how about this one? you'll love this because you're thinking of it, too. cash for clunkers. how many times have you heard that cash for clunkers borrowed sales from the future and now
CNBC
Aug 6, 2009 6:00pm EDT
two things. you need to know where the u.s. embassy is and you need to know where the citibank this. this is a global franchise that should recover with the rest of the world, even if america lags behind. how about a fourth reason? it's getting out from under a ton of bad loans and doing it fast. it's going to be dividing the bank into citigroup holdings, no thank you, and citigroup proper. citigroup proper is 1/3 retail bank, 1/3 global services, 1/3 investment banking. all three are immensely profitable already. i think the split-off will do a lot to bring up the value. that's another way i'm going to get to my $6 target. reason number five, existing management. how about ned kelly? he's not going anywhere. he's staying put. the government would be absolutely nuts -- >> they know nothing, they know nothing, they know nothing! >> to remove either one of those guys as the turnaround is real and huge. and the books are clean. the bad stuff is going away. that's right. they're real and terrific, so to speak. all right. why the heck is the stock trading at $3? $3.80, how can that be? a
CNBC
Aug 26, 2009 11:00pm EDT
the ammo or the data -- [ gunfire ]. -- to take us much higher than here. if anything kass says -- of course, i'm choking. that would be the raisin cookie i had right before i start. we'll cut it out in post production. kass says the next raft of data can sink us. but here's the way i look at it, are we done going up? when i got bullish with the dow in the 6,000s and the s&p in the 600s, i said i didn't think the market could get back to where it was when i told you to get out. back at dow 10,300. and at the close we're still some 800 points from that level. i am sticking by that view. however, unlike kass, i see many, many good things happening. i like to look at the regional federal reserve reports. that's my equivalent of porn. and they have almost all to a region said things are getting better, and i know porn when i see it. well, it should be of no surprise to you, everyone now knows that the housing market's bottom. stop it with the foreclosure scares already! whatever inventories out there, anything that's worth anything at all is being bought, foreclosed unfortunate. it'
CNBC
Aug 20, 2009 6:00pm EDT
's stop worrying about china and start buying. it used to be people were running for cover from obama's cro crosshairs. now that he's playing "d," you can pick up some wellpoint and sss at prices you should nev have been able to buy them at. "mad money" will be right back. >>> coming up, can nuclear power flourish under the obama administration? cramer goes head-to-head with jim bernard to find out if this power play can fuel the fire in your portfolio. >>> plus, rental rivalry, cramer pits two marquee names against each other. find out which stock gets top billing on the "sell block." i'm racing cross country in this small sidecar, but i've still got room for the internet. with my new netbook from at&t. with its built-in 3g network, it's fast and small, so it goes places other laptops can't. i'm bill kurtis, and wherever i go, i've got plenty of room for the internet. and the nation's fastest 3g network. gun it, mick. (announcer) sign up today and get a netbook for $199.99 after mail-in rebate. with built-in access to the nation's fastest 3g network. only from at&t. ♪ yes, you're l
CNBC
Aug 17, 2009 6:00pm EDT
. and that is what puts it in context. i think that helps us understand where we will be three months from now. remember, a monster move in july, because of the huge number of advances versus declines signals that any selloff will be contained. the last three times we had this data, we had contained selloffs before another climb. we won't be falling off a cliff. and the gentle climb could be in store for us. that's what we want, non-parabolic. makes sense.e. not everything's bad. it's hard to see on a dow down 1686 day, but a lot of these are good. let's take retail.. i spent the weekend because i'm an interesting and lively guy reading the conference calls of every single major retailer that reported last week. in part because of what i now regard as the urban legend of the obliterated back to school season. i came back scratching my head. i think there will be a back to school season. i think it will be down from last year. but last year was slightly inflated by stimulus checks. if anything, the big surprise is that i expect back to school sales to be down 5% to 7%.. that's not horrible. ret
CNBC
Aug 19, 2009 11:00pm EDT
mutual fund is well behind the stock market. it has to use any weakness that we get to pull the trigger, to buy -- not to sell. the market may seem scary, but to these managers, the only thing scary is being left behind. they use every decline, no matter how small, like we had in today's opening, to put money to work. you buy the usual names, the citigroup, the apple, the 3 m, qualcomm, one of my largest positions in my trust. you can follow along there where i play with an open hand. which leads me to the best for less. but did you notice like i do this -- who am i kidding myself? like i have a full head of hair? like, oh, let me just do this. all it does is get makeup on my hand. anyway, the buyers -- this is the best one -- the buyers aren't fooled by the negative headlines. tonight, you know what we're going to do? we're going to break for them. we're going to go right and do a close technical analysis of the misdirection and negative propaganda that can only lose you money. what am i speaking of? the kremlin journal. all right. here's the lead story. we're watching shoulders holdba
CNBC
Aug 8, 2009 12:00am EDT
as sacrosangt, because they need a big story every day. that's my day book thesis. i used to be a reporter. the super-duper oil inventories, if that's how the press likes to report it, but the truth is not all pieces of data are created that's how the press likes to report it, but the truth, is not all pieces of data are created equal. some are way more equal than others, to paraphrase that late great stock picker george or well, and none of these things, not a one means a hoot compared to an unemployment number. especially one that's as positive as we got today. and while i've heard over and over how phoney and rigged and jimmied these figures are or at least were under the last president, you have to figure the press loves obama so much that they'll conclude he's putting out conservative numbers and say things that are even better than they look. i wouldn't be surprised if the love affair with reporters you start hearing, let's underpromise and overdeliver. like he's the ceo of a tech company. like he even really has a chance to look at the number. come on. but the important thing is tha
CNBC
Aug 12, 2009 6:00pm EDT
. it is sent to them to be redeployed in the stock market immediately. they certainly would use any dip. how about yesterday's 97 points to put it to sghoshg why is bernstein winning money, then it is putting it in its winning stocks, then they get bit up? as i said many times, winning managers simply keep buying the best performing stocks as typically they believe them to be cheaper and the best. no matter how high they go. was it upgraded because they're writing more insurance? because they're hit with fewer claims? because cramer's hit for deer lately? no. because their gigantic investment portfolio is doing much better. why? because the stock market is much better. so a better stock market takes up not just allstate, but the others. the continued positive move in the capital markets to quote the report allows them to upgrade allstate. buy, buy, buy. we see these cross currents everywhere. macy's reports lean inventorien. what should the take-away be? we measure retailers for how lean their inventories are. inventories control their sales and their discounts. that means macy's is in great
CNBC
Aug 8, 2009 4:00am EDT
? has the market gotten too bullish for us? a question we always have to ask ourselves. the answer? call me the great equivocator. i say yes and no. yes, this whole rally is nuts if things get worse. but no, it's totally reasonable and right if things get better. and today, i believe we got a powerful all-clear signal that things are in fact getting better. a piece of data that's truly definitive and respected, and it's been acted upon time immemorial. i'm talking about that labor department jobs report, that truly actually, yes, all-important jobs report. i know the media likes to report that every, single piece of information is all-important. every one of these is treated by press as sacrosanct. i mean, they need to have a big story every day or it's too boring. i know, i used to be in the media. the super-duper oil inventories, if that's how the press likes to report it, but the truth is not all pieces of data are created equal. to paraphrase that late great stock picker george orwell. none of these things means a hoot compared to an unemployment number, especially one as positive as
CNBC
Aug 1, 2009 4:00am EDT
moment was when carl ichan told us he was watching. but also for amateurs who want to invest like pros. >> all aboard! >> i say amateurs in a totally nonderogatory way, meaning people have real jobs and also invest! so i want to bridge the goal between how professionals run their money and how amateurs do it. there are a lot of basic things that i was taught while they were training me at goldman sachs, and few people get the benefit of that kind of education. plus, in the 20 years since i started my own hedge fund, i have not stopped learning for a moment. and tonight is all about imparting what i've learned to all of you home gamers. >> the house of pleasure! >> you need to learn how to avoid making the amateur mistakes that professionals rarely fall prey to. it's my job to teach you. because i want to see ordinary part-time investors win big. i'll tell you the things that the pros are doing right. and you could be doing wrong. >> no, no! >> tonight i'm going to tell you how to avoid making five mistakes amateurs make and pros don't, because learning how to invest well is much more
CNBC
Aug 18, 2009 6:00pm EDT
season, like we know that in july. oh, yeah, that's why we're all going hand-me-down. we're using last year's ring binders and chewed-up pencils with worn-down erasers. and of course, we're sporting those old mike vick nikes. can you imagine? second, tech's rolling over. witness apple, the leader, doing nothing. the rest of the stocks spent, dragging, overdone, finished! stick a fork in them! third, china. still, china still. that market just got trashed. >> the house of pain. >> and the word was that china's full up, it's done, it's not buying anything anymore. yeah. don't even pass the hoisin. the mineral trade is over. oil is plummeting from mectionz 70 to the mid-60s because the chinese have left the building. fourth reason for the sell-off -- credit woes! big credit card defaults, worrisome. really scary! fifth, the cash for clunkers program. whoa! people are foregoing other purchases. they're not shopping at target or home depot but at gm or ford, because cash for clunkers is borrowing sales from everything else, including cars down the road! demand pulled forward! nobody wi
CNBC
Aug 3, 2009 11:00pm EDT
care from the point of view that i fly out of newark airport afternoon -- and i use continental a lot, but that's the extent. i'm not going to push the stock whether he stays or goes. i do not have respect for the airlines but i do for the bull. nasdaq up 27% for the year. you must give this bull some respect. and this guy? take that, joker. stay with cramer. >> coming up, with a weak dollar looming over the market all week cramer is going global. tonight jim heads to brazil to give you a pair of power plays that could put the sparks back in your portfolio. >>> plus, which media monster could be poised to make a major turnaround? cramer's tuned into one stock that could be your ticket to get some premiere profits. >>> and later, jim goes fast and furious as he faces a non-stop barrage of calls giving stock after stock their final verdict on "the lightning round." all coming up on "mad money." at 155 miles per hour, andy roddick has the fastest serve in the history of professional tennis. so i've come to this court to challenge his speed. ...on the internet. i'll be using the 3g at&t l
CNBC
Aug 10, 2009 6:00pm EDT
the generals tell you what you saw instead of using your own eyes and ears. and if you listen to me, you can sell tomorrow. sell, sell, sell. and lock in some fabulous gains. ♪ hallelujah >> then go ahead and join the nay sayers who say the move is almost over. that's the virtue of catching the big move. you can now denounce the move all you want just like those who hated it from dow 6500 but the difference is you've got money to take off the table. intelligentia? they're just trying to put food on the table. let's go to sue in california. >> caller: hey, jim, got a bay area boo-ya for you here. >> holy cow. commercial real estate collapse boo-ya. that's what everyone says. i don't believe it. go ahead. >> caller: before i start my question i want to say i read your book and i joined actual alerts and i want to thank you for helping me make some mad money. >> terrific. that's the service where i send out what i'm doing for my charitable trust before i take action. thank you for the kind words. how can i help? >> caller: my question is about crox. now that they have a new ceo, the previous
CNBC
Aug 3, 2009 6:00pm EDT
of newark airport and i use continental allot but that's the extent. i'm not going to push the stock whether he stays or goes. i do not have respect for the airlines but i do for the bull. nasdaq up 27% for the year. you must give this bull some respect. and this guy? take that, joker. more and mors are turning to fidelity for a smarter way to trade online. only fidelity lets you back-test your strategies against an entire portfolio of stocks. plus you'll get advanced, customizable trading platforms. and you get the kind of execution you'd expect from fidelity... ...with a dedicated specialist to talk about even your most complex trades. they'll even help expedite the account transfer process. trade like a pro. trade with fidelity. announcer: some people buy a car based on the deal they get. - others buy the car of their dreams. - ( beeps ) during the lexus golden opportunity sales event, you can do both. it's an opportunity today. it's a lexus forever. special lease offers now available on the 2009 es 350. >>> if you think our nation is going down the wrong course, or you're just sick of he
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